The magnificence of Spain Holidays present great travel plus the chance for travellers to participate rather than just tour. Team Xtreme in Spain offers a variety of adventures including skydiving and a multi-day triathlon.
Team Xtreme conducts a Skydiving Tour of Seville. Try jumping out of the plane at 15,000 feet and viewing Seville. Before flying, participants will receive professional training from the instructor. The skydivers will enjoy a one-minute free fall and then glide over Seville. The key drop area is in the centre of Andalucía so the gliders can view both Seville and the surrounding scenic landscape. For an extra fee, the team will film participants while they are skydiving. The trip costs $314 Australian.
The second Team Xtreme’s tour is an Adventure Triathlon, three days of canyoning, mountain biking, and trekking. This tour of canyoning the Rio Verde is set in Andalucía’s canyons and deep natural ponds. The trip provides access to the astonishing rivers. The professionally-trained guides instruct participants in new skills among which are climbing, rappelling, and swimming. The tour guides will try the canyon courses in Guadalmina or the Rio Verde. The trip is planned to reach different levels so that travellers are challenged. In addition, the company supplies the equipment and professional guide. The canyons are isolated in Andalucía and close the airport at Malaga.
The second day. team members will be mountain biking in Ojen – Mijas in the rough landscape of the Andalucian mountains near the Mediterranean. The weather is pleasant in the mountains next to the Costa del Sol. The bike paths pass by picturesque surroundings away from motorways. Partakers have the option of various routes from beginner to endurance. For instance, there are flat four-hour courses from Parque National to Monte de Malaga and more strenuous alternatives that last up to eight hours. Each ride is escorted by certified leaders, and the course is modified based on the requirements of the group.
The last day is spent trekking in Marabella. The Team Extreme will take the team into the mountains of Costa del Sol where the tour guide will point out new routes, educate about local plants and animals, and lead the group to coastal viewpoints toward the Mediterranean and Morocco. Trails vary according to level of difficulty, for example, a three-hour trek between Juanar to La Concha or a six hour or longer trip between Torrcilla to Sierra de la Nieves. Again, a certified leader accompanies the group and changes the intensity and route of the trip based on the capability of the group. The cost of the trip starts at $382 Australian.